Debian: how to sudo without password


How to execute commands as root without being asked for the password is a convenient time saving option. But not just time saver, but also it will let you acting always as a the same user, so it will be easier to keep the history together.

Let’s say you want this exception to be applied just to your user and not to all users. For do this you have to edit your sudoers file using visudo:
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